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Homemade Dandelion Wine

A little over a year ago, early April weather was like summer and everything seemed to be a little ahead of schedule. The yard was covered with those lovely yellow flowers that most home owners grumble about, buying some toxic … Continue reading

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Hello Strangers

Hello Strangers! It’s been a near impossible thing for me to be regular on this blog! I’ve been thinking a lot about that lately. Seeing as my last post was months ago and the one before that, quite some time … Continue reading

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Overnight Hike on the Heather Trail

It seems like for years now my cousin Sarah and I have been discussing an overnight hike together. It’s always “yeah! We have to do that soon!”, and then life gets busy and we forget about it. So when she … Continue reading

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Overnight at Keyhole Hot Springs

Last fall I stumbled upon a photo of Keyhole hot springs. “Where is this magical place?” I wondered. A quick Google search gave me the low down. Practically the back yard! About an hour north west of Pemberton and a … Continue reading

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Q and the Othello Tunnels

Q, the beast, is getting old. I like to hang on to the fantasy that somehow we will avoid the unavoidable. That the two of us shall take our last breaths together, seniors with a life time of memories and … Continue reading

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Dad’s Camaro and the BC Classic and Custom Car Show

We were kids when “The Banshee” rolled into our lives. My sister, practically a baby. It was 1998 when my dad bought the 67 Chevy Camaro. It belonged to his brother, my uncle Ed.

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Freestyle Archery in Grand Forks

The snow had started falling the previous day and I had been watching the road conditions. It sounded like the highway home was pretty slippery so I decided to put off the journey for one more day. With the extra … Continue reading

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Phoenix and Greenwood B.C in the Snow

  I’ve traveled through the Phoenix, Greenwood area many times and have never pulled over to explore. I fell in love with Greenwood when stopping for a coffee on my way through but have always felt too rushed to really … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle Watching in Harrison Mills

I found out that the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival was on Nov 21 – 22 this year. I didn’t happen to make it out to see what it was all about that weekend. But then I thought to myself, … Continue reading

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High Noon Scramble 2015

Every year, shortly before Halloween, the boys from Filthmode organize a High Noon Scramble. A gathering for lovers of dirt riding. The guys set up a circuit and many show up, donning their Halloween costumes, to race each other in the sand.

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